JOAN FONTAINE - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: EVA MARIE SAINT, BEATRICE STRAIGHT, RITA MORENO - HFSID 288429
JOAN FONTAINE CO-SIGNED BY: EVA MARIE SAINT, BEATRICE STRAIGHT and RITA MORENO The four Academy Award winning actresses sign a black and white photograph of an Oscar statuette. Photograph signed: "Beatrice Straight", "Eva Marie Saint", "Beatrice Straight" and "Rita Moreno", B/w 8x9¾.
Sale Price $450.00
JOAN FONTAINE CO-SIGNED BY: EVA MARIE SAINT, BEATRICE STRAIGHT and RITA MORENO
The four Academy Award winning actresses sign a black and white photograph of an Oscar statuette.
Photograph signed: "Beatrice Straight", "Eva Marie Saint", "Beatrice Straight" and "Rita Moreno", B/w 8x9¾. Joan Fontaine (born Joan de Beavoir de Havilland in 1917) started in film in 1935, but her career took off in the 1940s, when she starred in two of Alfred Hitchcock's films, Rebecca (for which she received an Oscar nomination) and Suspicion (for which she received the Best Actress Academy Award in 1941). Rita Moreno (born on December 11, 1931) is one of the few who have won a TONY, OSCAR, GRAMMY and EMMY. She won a Tony Award in 1975 for The Ritz and the 1961 Academy Award for best Supporting Actress in West Side Story. She won the 1972 Grammy Award for Best Recording for Children (The Electric Company). In 1977, she won an Emmy Award for her appearance on The Muppet Show, followed by another for The Rockford Files the following year. Actress Eva Marie Saint (born in 1924) made an excellent impression in her first important stage appearance, 1953's A Trip to Bountiful. The euphoria attending her winning the Drama Critics Award was doubled by her 1954 Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress win for her co-starring stint with Marlon Brando in On the Waterfront (1954). Beatrice Straight (1918-2001) earned an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for Network (1976). Another successful film role was that of an overconfident investigator of the paranormal in Poltergeist (1982). She was a Broadway actress from 1935, winning a Tony for The Crucible (1953). Light finger print imprint at corners. Fine condition.
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